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  • Moreover, he was chaperoned, so to speak, by Nora Finnegan, who listened to every line Tig wrote, and made a mighty applause, and filled him up with good Irish stew, many colored as the coat of Joseph, and pungent with the inimitable perfume of "the rose of the cellar."

    The Shape of Fear, and other ghostly tales

  • Straight ahead, on the shelves behind the counter, were the tall glass jugs and ewers containing the many colored elixirs that Clare Devrey had simpled into being with the mysterious skills it was said she’d learned from her Irish mother, Roisin.

    City of Glory

  • They came to a large cavern with many colored stalactites.

    Stork Naked


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